I'm considering double majoring in econ/math or finance/math as I've been told that an econ or business major is considered too light on quant to be hired by a hedge fund.
I'm not the best at math but have put in a ton of time trying to improve in calculus in order to improve my critical thinking ability and to prove to myself that I can successfully pass difficult classes/challenges.
In order to major in math I'll at least have to take calc II, calc III/IV, linear algebra, differential equations, complex analysis, geometry or topology and a couple stats classes (such as calc based probability).
I was hoping that I could be spared some tips in regards to doing well in Differential/Integral calculus and other math courses (seeing how common econ/math majors are at targets and lacs) as I'd like to at least maintain a 3.7 going forward.
Thanks in advance.